- $1 – $99,999: decreased 36.0 percent
- $100,000 – $149,999: decreased 40.6 percent
- $150,000 – $249,999: decreased 34.4 percent
- $250,000 – $499,999: increased 36.1 percent
- $500,000 – $999,999: increased 47.1 percent
- $1M and above: increased 52.2 percent
For HAR’s Monthly Activity Snapshot (MAS) of the January 2022 trends, please click HERE to access a downloadable PDF file.
- Single-family home sales staged a strong open to the new year with January volume up 7.1 percent year-over-year;
- Days on Market (DOM) for single-family homes dropped from 48 to 39;
- Total property sales rose 9.3 percent with 8,134 units sold;
- Total dollar volume increased 28.1 percent to $2.9 billion;
- The single-family average price rose 16.2 percent to $377,738, the highest ever for a January;
- The single-family median price increased 17.9 percent to $310,000 – also a January record;
- Single-family home months of inventory registered a 1.4-months supply, down from 1.7 months year-over-year and below the national inventory of 1.8 months;
- Townhome/condominium sales rose 24.7 percent with the average price up 14.7 percent to $241,605 and the median price up 18.3 percent to $207,700;
- Single-family home rentals rose 7.8 percent with the average rent up 9.7 percent to $2,070;
- Townhome/condominium leases increased 2.6 percent with the average rent up 11.9 percent to $1,801.
So what do we foreshadow happening in the real estate market in the next 5 years? We can anticipate rent prices rising 300%, and we can anticipate sales prices rising 15-20% (sometimes more) each year over year. What does this mean for you? Try your hardest to own not rent. Buy your 5-10 year home, and not your 2-4 year home. New construction will continue to grow in popularity. Inventory will continue to stay at a record low for the unforeseeable future. What do you anticipate happening in 2022? Hugs, Jo.
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